Tagger teens learn a hard lesson

Graffiti cleaned from Dayton learning center. (WDTN Photo/Maytal Levi)
Graffiti cleaned from Dayton learning center. (WDTN Photo/Maytal Levi)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – A day’s labor was in order Wednesday for two girls who tagged a local learning center.

Police officers joined the two teens who admitted to tagging the Stepping Stones Learning Center on Burkhardt Avenue as they wiped away their handy work.

One of the girls’ mothers turned them in to police after seeing surveillance photos captured of the tagging incident.

Not only did the girls have to clean up the mess, but they had to write apology letters to everyone involved.

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